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March 17, 2005
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An Israeli state prosecutor who exposed a probe into Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s financial dealings got a suspended jail sentence. Tel Aviv District Court gave Leora Glatt-Berkowitz an eight-month suspended jail sentence and fined her $2,200 after she pleaded guilty to leaking information to the Israeli daily Ha’aretz about an investigation into Sharon’s internal Likud Party funding.

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